- Solar Outreach Partnership (SolarOps): Many valuable guides, articles, and more. Technical assistance no longer available.
- Solar Powering Your Community Guide: A Guide for Local Governments
- APA Planning Advisory Service Essential Information Packet on Planning and Zoning for Solar Energy
- Template Ordinance for Solar Energy Development in North Carolina – NC Clean Technology Center and NCSEA
- Installing Solar Panels on Historic Buildings - NC Clean Energy Technology Center
- Encouraging Solar Development through Community Association (HOAs) Policies and Processes – The Solar Foundation
- Solar Permitting Best Practices - Interstate Renewable Energy Council
- Expedited Permit Process - Solar America Board for Codes & Standards
- EPA/NREL Screening Sites for Solar PV Potential
NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) reports: Economics Impacts, Job Census, and much more
National Agricultural Law Center: Renewable Energy
A Residential Customer Guide to Going Solar – NC Clean Technology Center
- Property Taxes and Solar PV Systems: Policies, Practices, and Issues – NC Clean Technology Center
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Publication date: May 13, 2016
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